Author Archives: Craig Anslow

About Craig Anslow

Craig Anslow is a Lecturer in Software Engineering at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, with research interests in software visualization.

Software Research Engineer (Scientific Visualisation) CSIRO

Software Research Engineer (Scientific Visualisation) position at CSIRO in Perth, Australia https://jobs.csiro.au/job/Perth%2C-WA-Software-Research-Engineer-%28Scientific-Visualisation%29/630806200/?locale=en_GB

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Summer Internships in Data Viz at Nokia Bell Labs Cambridge

Dear all, Nokia Bell Labs has open internship positions in the area of Data Visualization at its lab in Cambridge UK. Candidates (preferably final-year PhD students) who have the aspiration to work in a highly-dynamic research environment are particularly valued. … Continue reading

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VISSOFT 2019 – Summary

The IEEE Working Conference on Software Visualization (VISSOFT) is the main conference on Software Visualization. This year, the conference was held in Cleveland, OH, USA, co-located with ICSME between September 30th and October 1st, 2019. VISSOFT took place at the … Continue reading

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Postdoc in Visual Analytics for DevOps, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Position of interest to the SoftVis community: Postdoc in Visual Analytics for DevOps, KTH Royal Institute of Technology https://listserv.acm.org/SCRIPTS/WA-ACMLPX.CGI?A2=SEWORLD;6a56e8f4.1910&S=

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VISSOFT 2019 Program

VISSOFT 2019 will take place in Cleveland, Ohio, USA and colocated with IEEE ICSME. Here is the VISSOFT 2019 Program http://vissoft19.dcc.uchile.cl/program.html

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Survey on Code Smell Detection and Use of Visualization Techniques

Dear Software Visualization and Code Smell Researchers, We believe that you share with us the recognition on the important role that software visualization may play in software quality improvement initiatives. Software refactoring opportunities can be provided by detecting code smells. … Continue reading

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VL/HCC 2018 Summary

October 2018 saw the beautiful city of Lisbon, Portugal, play host to the annual IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human Centric Computer (VL/HCC 2018), attracting researchers interested in visual languages, end-user development, computational thinking and more. Crossing the pond … Continue reading

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